Meaningful Juxtapositions: Reshaping our Permanent Collection Galleries

Meaningful Juxtapositions: Reshaping our Permanent Collection Galleries

Since, as a result of pandemic safety measures, the Museum is physically closed to the public until March of 2021, our staff are taking advantage of the continued closure to rethink substantially the ways in which we contextualize and display objects and to reinstall our permanent collection galleries in a manner that advances more meaningful juxtapositions.

The videos below are the first three in a series designed to shine a spotlight on the experience we’re creating.

AuthorDouglas Perkins

Douglas Perkins '94 is Associate Director for Operations and Finance at the Middlebury College Museum of Art and steward of the museum's digital presence.

One reply to Meaningful Juxtapositions: Reshaping our Permanent Collection Galleries

  1. These three video clips give a very clear picture of the idea behind the museum’s reinstallation including the process and some of the people behind it.
    Though we have moved several hours further away, we look forward to a time when we can come to visit and enjoy this in person.

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